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We have installed Dragon Medical 10.0 on a computer that is accessed by multiple users at our clinic. When I log on to the computer and try to access these accounts I get an error that reads "User files you have selected cannot be accessed". Is this because I am not an administrator on the computer? I can access my own account but not others. The reason why I want to access other users is because there are a number if physicians who don't have access to our computers here at the clininc and need to be able to dictate. I would simply let them log in as a guest and leave the computer running. In the past thier user accounts were created when a staff member here at the clinic would log them on and let them go. Any thoughts?

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Yes, it's probably because you don't have administrator rights on the system. If you can't be given them, another option would be to have the doctors save the dictations somewhere other than their user directories, like a new folder on the C drive called 'Dictations' or 'Shared Files' or some thing similar.

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